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Ecosystems/Food Web

Niche an organism’s role or function in an ecosystem.
Habitat where an organism lives in an ecosystem
Overpopulation too many of the same types of organisms in the same environment
Role how an organism obtains its energy in an ecosystem
Benefit to help
Compete interaction between two or more organisms that require the same resource
Ecosystem community of interacting organisms and their physical environment
Environment all the living and nonliving things in an area
Living/Biotic can move, reproduce, grow and need food,water and air (includes things that are now dead)
Non Living/Abiotic can NOT move, reproduce, grow and don’t need food, water and air
Organism all living things; plants and animals
Population all of the same kind of organism in an ecosystem
Community all the populations in an area
Producer organisms that make their own food
Consumer eat other organisms for energy
Decomposer breakdown waste waste and remains of dead organisms for energy
Herbivore eat only producers
Omnivore eat plants and animals
Carnivore eat only meat
Transfer move from one place to another
Created by: BuncheScience